Our Health & Wellbeing: Not Surviving but Thriving
Guest panellists who are involved in different areas of personal wellbeing in North Kensington are invited to talk about their community work, with reflection on the approaching 4th anniversary of Grenfell and dealing with Covid19.
Jacob is a Capoeirista (Monitor) and Web developer with two young children. Jacob is also a member of Friends of North Kensintong Library and Westway23 and active in various local campaigns.
Panellists & Artists
IIaria di Fiore's eclectic mix of techniques and materials, colours and textures, reveals a surprising harmonic beauty, seen through a dreamlike filter.
In re-purposing forgotten or discarded objects, hidden narratives are revealed through new forms which connect us to everyday magic and the mystery of nature.
Ilaria also volunteers with Wanduk around health and well-being https://portobellopavilion.london/ilaria-di-fiore
Niles Thompson Hailstones is a founder member of The Mmere Dane Centre for Healing and Reparatory Justice aka The V1llage based at Bay56, Acklam Village, Ladbroke Grove since June 14th 2017. https://www.facebook.com/V1llage
Susan Rudnik is a state registered Art Psychotherapist and clinical supervisor and a local resident. Since qualification in 2006 Susan has specialised in working with children and adolescents working within the NHS, schools and in private practice. Susan is a Lecturer on the MA Art Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths and a member of APPG (Art Psychotherapy Practice Group). Susan currently works within Paediatrics at Chelsea and Westminster hospital. http://www.lcat.org.uk/susan-rudnik/
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